FACT: Aamir got back masala movies through Ghajini

A big ROFL at some stupid things some fans believe
for eg-
“Wanted was announced and even its shooting was started much more before Aamir signed ghajini.”

Now, take a look at this below statement from Aamir
Aamir’s statement- “I will be doing the remake of Ghajini a Tamil film and the original director A.R.Murugadoss will be directing it”.

Link for this statement below

http://www.sify.com/movies/asin-with-aamir-news-tamil-kkfvnOgejfg.html

Note the article is dated 5th Apr 2006.

Now, Pokiri release date is 28th Apr 2006. Pokiri was the original ‘Wanted’. Original was directed by Puri Jaganath (not Prabhudeva)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pokiri_%282006_film%29

There are many more links i can provide which has Aamir announcing Ghajini remake before 28 Apr 06.

How on earth could Salman sign and shoot for a movie without the original even being complete? That too with a different director/different producers

LMAO at the lies made up by some fanatics

13 Comments

  1. Serenzy
    Serenzy
    November 21, 2012 at 11:23 AM

    Wanted was Still a Tad Better Movie than Ghajini though[Not Undermining the Success and Awesomeness of Ghajini ;) ]

  2. rockie_Dabhangg2
    rockie_Dabhangg2
    November 21, 2012 at 12:00 PM

    Aamir may have signed Ghajini before Wanted, but its Salman who is the real trendsetter of Masala movies.

    Dictionary Def – trend-setter – someone who popularizes a new fashion.

    —- Aamir did one masala mv and started a new fashion but Salman popularized it and took it to a different level and actually became the trendsetter.

  3. FS
    FS
    November 21, 2012 at 1:37 PM

    Gajini is and was always a superior product than Wanted. Aamir set the trend and Salman popularized it and no doubt about it.

  4. iitianWay
    iitianWay
    November 21, 2012 at 1:41 PM

    if talaash does not work at BO…lot of facts will become fictions..

    so better work towards making it success..garner peoples support ..spread the word..and share few free tkts with frnds.

  5. iitianWay
    iitianWay
    November 21, 2012 at 2:01 PM

    Roy sir: here…”facts becoming fiction” ….is more simillar to ..”species becoming extinct”….
    But i am sure (from numero point of view too) it will work big time…so save ur wtf

  6. Huzefa
    Huzefa
    November 21, 2012 at 2:04 PM

    In bollywood quality synonyms with Aamir. wheather Talaash worked or not at BO, it will be a quality product. Thats the confidence Aamir shares with his fans that they trust him blindly bcoz of his selection of work. a true genious of bollywood, i rate him right up with the greats like dilip kumar and guru dut, amitabhs, srks , salmans are no way near this genius.
    Talaash will sprung a huge surprise not in terms of quality which we know is a definite thing with aamir movie but box office wise it will take a thriller genre to new heights.

  7. rafee
    rafee
    November 22, 2012 at 12:37 AM

    Roy first the above link which you are claiming of 2006 is NOT WORKING so i would tell you to provide any another link for that.\

    And Second no matter as Aamir fan you accept it or not the truth is that it was none other than Salman Khan who brought back the action masala genre with wanted and dabangg, I am posting few of the random articles stating that.

    The trend of atypical masala entertainers began all over again with WANTED, which was effectively emulated by the super-successful DABANGG. The larger-than-life hero knocks down 50 thugs and sends them flying in the air with just one punch. He romances the heroine. Puts his life at stake by catching the bull by the horns. Emerges victorious in the finale… Come to think of it, the Indian audience is starved for true-blue masala entertainers that were admired and revered in the 1970s and 1980s.

    http://www.bollywoodhungama.com/moviemicro/criticreview/id/542574

    Amod Mehra predicts that the success of Dabangg will revive the `70s trend of action-packed entertainers. “All Amitabh Bachchan starrers like Amar Akbar Anthony, Muqaddar Ka Sikander and Sholay were films that had huge action packed with loads of entertainment,” he says.

    http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2010-09-18/mumbai/28252732_1_dabangg-single-screens-multiplexes

     

    After setting the cash registers ringing at the box office and starting a new wave of action-masala entertainers withWanted, actor Salman Khan and choreographer-turned-director Prabhu Deva are likely to be team up again for a South film remake.

    An aftermath of the success of larger-than-life actioners like Wanted and Dabangg , Singham(officially remade from last year’s Tamil hit by the same name starring Suriya)
    Akshay Kumar is making a comeback to action with his latest film Rowdy Rathore, but as we all know Salman Khan is the one, who started the trend of larger than life action packed films.
    When Dabangg to came out, it was hailed as a gamechanger, because it brought back that 80s masala revival and a rustic and desi sound that has made its way on nearly every album since.
    What’s the formula for success, we wonder? “Wanted and Dabangg started the trend.

    Read more: http://india.nydailynews.com/entertainmentarticle/1c7547b966a7249dd0f6b7f27376f66f/bollywood-high-on-action-films#ixzz2CsY4VjBJ

    I can post unlimited such articles  from reporters to distributors to even bollywood people themselves stating how it were wanted and dabangg which started the trend and brought back the masala action genre. Ghajini was never impactful as far as whole’ proper old shool desi raw action masala genre is concerned that is why it is hardly mention as far the trend of such movies is concerned.

  8. Unregistered Street
    Unregistered Street
    November 22, 2012 at 12:46 AM

    I haven’t seen any Ghajinis since Ghajini, but I’ve seen half-a-dozen Wanteds since Wanted.

    Singham, RR, dhabangg, etc are much more like Wanted than Ghajini.

  9. Fasel
    Fasel
    November 22, 2012 at 12:47 AM

    Aamir started it with Ghajni but Salman took it to the next level. But to think of it, Salman has only done masala films since Wanted. Correct me if I’m wrong but I don’t think Salman has done a “non-masala” film since 2009.

    1. rafee
      rafee
      November 22, 2012 at 1:00 AM

      Fasel. Ready was more of a comedy film rather than masala film and also Ek That Tiger didn’t had any item song or any main villan or any desi feel to it to be called as action masala film like wanted and dabangg.

  10. danish
    danish
    November 22, 2012 at 2:18 PM

    @panjikaran rahit galli – tumne wanted ke hi half a dozen repeat telecast dekh liye honge star gold part!

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